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Fresh update on "jody" discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM Show
"Of the last pro days organism. The last pro day scheduled on the calendar currently enough last year we had takes young in the draft. Everyone knew and expected him to go number two overall, which is exactly what happened after borrow went one. There is no defensive player in this draft at that level, but who is the number one defensive player? You know, talent wise. I would have to go with Michael Parsons, the linebacker from Penn State, Jody, but I think he might be cute up here for a little dressed a slide from what I'm hearing and gathering and You know, there's some things here now off the field with Michael Parsons and he comes in at about 6 ft. Two almost £250. He's been kind, reportedly sub sub 44 forties. You know, even if he's in the 44 rings that £250. This guy can move. Most teams prefer him as an off ball linebacker. I think you can Match him up situation. Allies, you know, coming off the edge, but I'm really curious to see How this plays out when this information will come out. Well, the NFL draft Bible, the publishing his information will somebody beat us to the punch, or will it be allow? Remi Tunsil type of draft day? Spill, But there's some things floating around about Michael Parsons. I'd be very, very careful about here. Interesting, right? Last thing Ricky and two people are interested in seeing some your round table stuff that you're screaming out as easiest way for them to get their hands on it. We got a morning show on Twitter at NFL Draft Bible, the state of football to new home for real football talk in the mornings. We got some other announcements on the way, but good all access football dot com for the book, Jody, We're putting the final touches on it. You've got the The big board that will be unveiled in the book, and we'll be mailing those out. Just a couple weeks here. Great stuff has always Ricky would get John again a couple of times before we ever get anywhere near the draft. Thank dropping on tonight. Appreciate you, my man. Brick. Sorry. Tele NFL draft Bible here with us on CBS. Sports Radio. All right, quick, time out. Coming, we would turn and get the phones opened 855 to 124227. Already. Mac, would you on CBS Sports Radio? Awkward Texas thanks its customers for their patients during recent storms and power outages. Employees from one of our seven sister Cos. Aqua, Illinois, drove equipment and supplies to awkward Texas to.
California rushes to catch up on delayed vaccines
"That gripped much of the country Cape because Jodi Guerrero reports, vaccines are starting to arrive in California after being delayed due to severe winter weather conditions across the country. Distribution sites throughout the state had to push back vaccination appointments over the last week. More than 60,000 doses of the vaccine were reportedly held up in Tennessee and Kentucky alone. Jody Guerrero News 93.1 KFBK appointments in Sacramento and plaster counties
Fresh update on "jody" discussed on CBS Sports Radio
"In at about 6 ft. Two almost £250. He's been kind, reportedly sub sub 44 forties. You know, even if he's in the 44 range of £250, this guy can move. Most teams prefer him as an off ball Linebacker. I think you can Match him up situation. Allies, you know, coming off the edge, but I'm really curious to see How this plays out when this information will come out. Well, the NFL draft Bible, the publishing his information will somebody beat us to the punch, or will it be allow? Remi Tunsil type of draft day? Spill, But there's some things floating around about Michael Parsons. I'd be very, very careful about here. Interesting, right? Last thing Ricky and the people are interested in seeing some your round table stuff that you're screaming out as easiest way for them to get their hands on it. We got a morning show on Twitter at NFL Draft Bible to state of football to new home for real football talk in the mornings. We got some other announcements on the way, but good all access football dot com for the book, Jody, We're putting the final touches on it. You've got the The big board that will be unveiled in the book, and we'll be mailing those out. Just a couple weeks here. Great stuff has always Ricky would get John again a couple of times before we ever get anywhere near the draft. Thank dropping on tonight. Appreciate it, My man. Brick Sorry. Tele NFL draft Bible here with us on CBS. Sports Radio. All right, quick, time out. Coming, we would turn to get the phones opened 855 to 124227..
"jody" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Jody feel next. Report. 8 21 on 10 10 wins. Now the tension way exactly whether four day forecast once again, Here's meteorologist, Dean divorce So again, we're not going to see a ton of snow from this. But it does not mean that the afternoon is going to be a walk in the park. In fact, it is going to cause you time walking, driving. Whatever. Starting once this hits here right in mid day, lunchtime and the end of the afternoon. Most of the heavy precipitation actually should be done by the evening 567 o'clock and out of our hair. But the residual effects of this will linger in the city. A brief burst of snow probably going quickly over to rain coastal suburbs there in that same boat, the farther north and west you go the longer you'll hold onto the snow on the slippery It'll get it more slippery. It'll get is you go up. Into those northern Western suburbs and some of the higher elevations near beyond 27 couple of inches there for the city's from flooding because of the heavy rain and the wind is going to kick up with these heavy bounce of precipitation this afternoon early evening So that's going to make visibility poor highest temperature in the city. 41 will say above freezing in the city tonight, some slick spots as we dry out, with temperatures below freezing in the suburbs inland. Tomorrow, maybe a rain or snow shower two in the afternoon behind 44. Then over 40 stood near 50. That's the warmest day Wednesday Thursday, back in the mid forties and then thirty's too near forties. We cool off it stay dry for the end of the week. It's 34 down, going up to 41, but it's gonna be a mess this afternoon. I thank you with meteorologist Eve before New York's weather station 10 10 wins. Hi. I'm Tom Wilson on the roads Just like on the ice. I keep it tough. Lindsay Automotive Group gets me with over 1400 great choices. A rough and tumble G a big body Dodge Super bad Harley. Tom, I love the Lexus. Oh,.
Obamacare enrollment reopens for Americans needing coverage in pandemic
"News. If you need health insurance, the affordable care Act marketplace is back open for a special enrollment period that runs until May 15th. Florida covering kids and families. Executive director Jody Ray says the covert 19 pandemic has caused unprecedented challenges for people think so many people who have lost their employer insurance because the economy and job losses and we have certain industries that aren't even functioning like and towards them. For those who sign up in the next month coverage kicks in April 1st Florida leads all states and obamacare enrollment with about 2.1 Million people.
Several of D.A. Gascón's reforms blocked by Los Angeles County judge
"And just a moment, But first our top local stories at 103. L. A County prosecutor score win against Diego George Gascogne in the legal battle over some of their bosses. Most controversial reforms and L. A Superior Court judge has temporarily barred Gascon from enforcing part of his policy on sentencing enhancements, including a ban on three strikes allegations. The preliminary injunction also lets prosecutors keep special circumstance allegations that could lead to a sentence of life without the possibility of parole. The ruling does allow Gascon to bar the charging of sentencing enhancements in new cases. L. A County Prosecutors union, which filed a lawsuit against the D a late last year, celebrating the judge's decision, saying it's based on what the law is and not what an officeholder thinks it should be. USC law professor Jody Armor, a supporter of gas cons policies, says this legal battle, which is being closely watched by reformers around the country is far from over. There is going to be an appeal for short armer says Prosecutors have a lot of discretion and how to uphold the law. Jackie Lacey sought the death penalty even while Governor Newsome Had a moratorium on it. A prosecutor can exercise discretion not to seek the death penalty and is not violating their oath of office. In doing so, so prosecutorial discretion is built into the job. And so your priorities how you prioritized that prosecutorial discretion reflects your values and your values are supposed to come from what the voters
2021 Golden Globe Nominations Announced
"Desperate dose of hollywood glamour. We've got you covered because the golden globe. Nominations just dropped. The ladies crashed this morning and the competition is intense. Let's start with best performance by an actress in a limited series or motion. Picture made for television. There's some really big names on here. Caitlyn jet nicole kidman. This is a hard one for me. This was a hard one for me because miss america was one of my favorite shows of the year cable on shed got on the screen every single time and it was like she was doing oscar worthy performance in every single episode with that being said everyone saw the undoing. Yeah once saw nicole. Kidman bringing that drama but us in the unorthodox i know given the emotional than gravitating. It's so i am. You're right and exact. Same way i feel. It's one of those. Like i would be happy with any of those one guy wanted more for one person and i want to be definitive with you guys but truthfully They love cate blanchett shocked. If kaitlyn does not win but at the same time the coal kidman is also loved it so good and she came back after a while and whatnot or wildlife. The big little i. She's been on a roll lately. But the hollywood foreign press loves ingenue. They knew they love when rachel processing. Shera my dad no come on. What's one just couldn't stop watching about the better show. That's a problem. Richard would have been a conversation. Okay i think as if if you go based on the performance of a really pushing you sheera was tough. That's a tough role to do. So i really wanna give it to her. You know but again. I won't be mad if nicole arcade take it too. I just think the co kidman gave us nicole kidman and big little lies and we were here for the drama. The rich family that goes through something hard and we got it again doing about it just seemed like more like the same character however when cable on announced that she was doing miss america. We were all like blanchette hundred. I have gone back to visit. Does that make you mad as a television out. No i'm fine with it. You could one. It's different day rappers. Upcoming stars people from london coming over. It's a giant pool does so it's fine all right. Well let's talk about this one best performance by an actress in television series trauma. Now we've got some familiar names that we see almost every year of coleman jody comber and my core and laura linney answer a in you know i just gotta go coleman i mean i just billing. They love her. They always lever. She's always good. She always sales it and I think is gonna probably get it again. So let me take anything. The crown anything and everybody on the crime i could be on the crown go. I don't know i was waiting okay. Well what about this fun. Category best performance by an actress and a television series musical or comedy. Let's see the list here. I love all these shows to let me. Just let you know something. Look jane levy. I love you. You were amazing. I'm sorry you're gonna be pushed aside because what we have here is we have catherine o'hara who is stepping into the game shits creek was one of the biggest winners at the emese. People started talking about it. People started benching all six seasons of this thing. And we have not seen catherine o'hara on our screens in such a long time. Then we got this this moment with crawl right. She was it was like she was in on the joke that she was a joke in her character was it just was the best show ever totally. You work so hard and so long and then you're in something and no one you know when it was over on Was a pop. Yeah when say we're about we're pop but it was all pop. No one really knew about it. I was a fan but it just blew up and then everyone got those awards every what was this is like no other people like i've been a fan. It's been on those levi's please.
Chelsea Coaching Carousel Continues
"Lampard site as chelsea the stevie nicks and don hutchinson here to discuss that decision. St let's start simply showy. Was it fair. i don't think he's fear. No the problem is that we're talking about a club that's not normal. We're talking about club that regardless of the name of the manager regardless of the cv yelich or experience or whatever it may be when you lose so many games You don't get a chance to to get back your way. You may have been before you lose games. You lose your job. That's kind of their immortal. And so frank just falls into the into the spot where others before him. Have you lose goodbye. don't they. Size it in the statement. They weren't saying any particular progress under lampard fair. I think that's fair. I do think though he should not have been more time. Try and get his way out about for me to goodful missile and such distances all full still in the last sixteen. The jump zeke's but there's a couple of performances at the end of last season stall will season not worried that three down against west brom come back to three three sat on in game. Gema chelsea will unbelievable for forty five minutes and fought in southampton that drew dot three three will hang towards the end of the game so this being being games where he got himself into goodful. There's one periods on november december. Where the at the most clean sheets in the league and there was sitting On december the fifth on never had them is titled favorites. I didn't get carried away. And nor did frank on each Will not ready for title challenge. Anatomy bottle molested performance. Really worried may done. thousand tuna. Lost lostock could easily have been five six. But i still think you know if you'll wrote abramovich annual no the board of directors at chelsea. You must understand that. Frank lampard chelsea is going to have a difficult time. It's just not gonna come into legend and tried to call plate while cloth Lots in in a pet quality ola and marino. It's going to be difficult for him so when you are in difficult times. I would've thought. I would shut him a little bit loyalty and more only little bit patients and if it didn't work out in a month salmon chelsea was still in his position then tell them to stop in time and just seems a little bit off. What was it. What was the last straw. Well not not the luton game because they wanted strange when you suck someone to win we even. If it's in the autumn of to hold up in the league for example. I think he's an accumulation of things like the boys of said. The results haven't been good enough. He's the manager of the abramovich era with the lowest point tally per game again which is just not good enough. It's not good enough the performances that they've put the way they played no identity and we at the end of january. Now no patterns of plano star. There's nothing you can see really in the game. They played too many defeats sunday in the last six weeks and i think he also pays the difficult relationship behind with marina. Grownups difficult relationship that he had some of the dressing room. Certainly the fight. That tim of hobbies have failed so far to establish themselves in. That team is also on him. He can argue that he wanted can ride. I didn't think the team was balanced. He needed a bit more time. Whatever excuses he can come up with. I think overall is just not good enough and and we've seen in the past sake managers who've won great things like marino konchalovsky and keeping some like sorry like to finish the season and finished with with with a trophy as well for he must have. It was the right time to change and to bring much to what you don. I'm not hearing of drought. Jody morris a texas I wouldn't i wouldn't bombard the Text because a frat will be hutton. And so so. We'll jody morris But front knows. I think he's he said dot stipends not nice disappointed in raleigh saw. I'm not just go back to the bigger picture dot unless i'm naive. When you see other gonna solve show on your say mccullough frontline pod come into the league expected to win the premier league. Expect to get close to wouldn't jump. His legs latte is so difficult and you say we'll all these. I mean. this guy was going to be cycling. They when they failed to qualify for the last sixteen of the jump zig and went out ridiculously early on bodily as well or not. it was under pressure. Walk two months ago. An authentic turn things around episodes slowly. All he's not sitting tilt the league's just think a little bit of patients unfortunately talked about chelsea and night on any monitor patients when they win the league a win the very biggest these japanese. They still pull the trigger. Do you think he's biggest. Mistake has been the when you go and spend so much money on attacking players and you come to the halfway stage of the season. Nobody knows what your front four is going to be. Then i think. I if i'm looking at that from their point of view swirl ho ho long do we give this guy t saw how we're going to go forward because right now you've probably got what seven or eight players vying for four squats and we have had every single combination and we still don't know come come saturday afternoon. Who's going to. Who's going to step forward and plan that front force. Or i would suggest that's been his biggest mistake.
Biden calls to raise the federal minimum wage to $15 per hour
"Minimum wage employees that looks like a raise is coming. Kpk is Jody Guerrero Report. California's minimum wage would rise to $15 an hour under President elect Joe Biden's proposed Gemellus plan. Biden campaigned on raising the Minimum wage during the election and included the proposal in a nearly $2 trillion covert relief plan. If passed, minimum wage would increase a year sooner than
The Rise Of Gig Work: Companies Turn To On-Demand CEOS
"Experienced executives of doing gig work do is, some companies are turning to on demand Workers to be CEO Zen Piers Yuki Noguchi explains why Duncan Thomas has served a CEO of a medical practice a Russian software firm and logistics company, each stint lasting a few months. It really suits how I like to work, and it suits how I like to engage people and, you know, it gives me tremendous work life flexibility, Thomas fell into temporary executive work by way of a traumatic experience. Six years ago, he was working long hours as the CEO of a vocational college. I came back from a vacation and I was feeling unwell on Guy went to the doctor that day. And that day, they said, You better go down and get an ultrasound. The doctor returned head hanging advanced melanoma, he told Thomas left him about seven months to live. Nine chambers of my lungs and I have three of my liver, and the biggest ones were nine a half centimeters in size, so it was pretty overwhelming. Thomas was trained as a veterinarian and found a clinical trial. A test drug eliminated the cancer from his body. It was almost like a rebirth. Thomas, a native Australian living in Los Angeles, reevaluated what he wanted out of life and work. Working as an itinerant CEO, he says, leaves him time between gigs to recharge with his family. The pandemic increase the popularity of gig work for CEOs. It's left Cos in turmoil and more leaders are willing to trade in a higher salary for short term stints and greater flexibility. Jody Greenstone. Miller is co CEO of the business talent group. It matches experienced executives with interim CEO jobs. Mello says she started her firm because companies in transition or crisis often need temporary expertise. But they don't want the multiyear commitment of a long term CEO. And the notion that I could just, you know, need somebody for three or four months to come in and solve a problem or help me, you know, build a new business just didn't exist in a formal way. The fact that so many people Are now no longer community to an office, she says, brought in the pool of temporary executives and the companies wanting to hire them. And what that did is it really opened up the world of talent, but succeeding as a gig CEO isn't easy. High end temps are often flown in to handle crises and scandals. Duncan Thomas has seen his share. The challenges can be very real. Thomas has taken over at firms that were cooking their books or the previous CEO sexually assaulted an employee. Writing. Such ships isn't easy. For starters, Thomas says. Workers often this trust leaders who parachuted in they're suspicious of their motives. And no, they won't stick around. Ah, lot of the stigma that I've come across is that you are changed around. You're a mercenary. That you are only into the money that you don't really don't give a damn about people these days. There's the added challenge of managing teams you've on Lee met online. But Peter woke with says there are also some advantages of coming in fresh make really comment as an outsider, independent don't have favorites that often helps also Well quits lives in Chicago. He's currently juggling two separate executive gigs at a robotics company and an e commerce firm. One of the benefits is never getting that rut of being in one company for a long time. So he says, it never gets boring. You can Noguchi NPR news
"jody" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"Has yeah. It's amazing stuff. But here you tell it i feel like i'm i'm there and your enthusiasm is is. It's wonderful to hear that it really is. Okay let's take a short break and we are talking to. Jody davis from nasa. And we're talking about her work and in space will be right back. Back with jodi davis. Has we talk about this. She nasa of course we'd been talking about some of the work she's done. How has science fiction. Impact impacted nasa. I mean obviously star trek. But i know some of our devices like flip phones and stuff wouldn't be possible without the star trek communicator. But how has it impacted it. You think i think You know 'cause it innovation is critical to get some of these new ideas going You know and see them come to fruition and use them in in our daily lives like you mentioned the Our our cellphones I think of two thousand one to see and skype and facetime you know back in the late sixties we were. We were seeing that idea I think what sifi does in all of its various genres provide sort of that innovative. The innovative thought the what. If you know the imagination that's required the creativity that's required to implement some of these ideas and to make them part of our daily life So you know. There's a lot of folks that i work with on the engineering side. Especially on the science side that are on the earlier Part of that development real early technical technological development and you almost kind of think of it as like a think tank right and saifi in our personal lives influences us. You know me as an engineer going home watching star. Trek watching I i really like hard sci fi so like you know the martian and contact And things like that as a as opposed to some of the more Fantasy type stuff and it plants plants ideas in your head so when you go back to work you think oh. Hey what about this. Could we do this i think. It just continually stimulates our brain and gets us to think outside of the box. So there is in in many ways almost too many to count so much influence of the sci-fi community with with nasa for example. Yeah yeah you mentioned contact..
Governor blocks release of Charles Manson follower again
"The parole for Charles Manson follower Leslie Manhattan. Kfbk is Joni Jody Guerrero Reports. It's the fourth time a governor has blocked the release of the 71 year old. This is the second time Newsome has done it, matching the number of times Jerry Brown reversed it when he was governor, then helping is serving a life sentence for helping Manson kill Los Angeles grocer Leno LaBianca and his wife, Rosemary in 1969. Then how most 19 at the time then Helen's lawyers say they will appeal the reversal. Jody Guerrero news 93.1 kfbk Kristina before we get to the
Soccer Legend Diego Maradona Has Died
"Deep. Diego Maradona is considered one of the game's best players ever. He led his country to the 1986 World Cup title and on the way punched what became Known as the hand of God goal into England's net in the quarterfinals. Maradona later struggled with obesity and with cocaine, which he described as his toughest rival. He died today at the age of 60. Argentina has declared a three day period of mourning. No time for traffic and transit. Here is Jody Veil, Monique. Let's have two New Jersey We're seeing the jam up some crash North bound Jersey Turnpike Western Spur. This is flunking flunking a a lame lame right right now now the the Vince Vince Lombardi Lombardi and and the the laser laser starting starting to to pile pile up up more more jam jam ups ups from from a a crash crash in in the the Garden Garden State State Parkway Parkway South South Bound Bound your your exit exit 1 1 31. 31. That's That's would would have have anyone anyone Woodbridge Woodbridge Township. Township.
"jody" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"Yes. That's yeah yeah. I i Uh practice law in texas for five years. I did some criminal. Defense work As well as worked for place called the rights project doing Civil rights litigation So i that was one of the handful of things in life. That are always really wanted to do and i. I got to a point with with laureate where I when i was. When i was younger i acted in school in and did all of that. And and after some time in law i went and took an acting class and it just didn't take long for me to go..
"jody" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"Zahara played re god's zales to iron shirt. The one eyed us breaking code rush omen coca were not sci-fi talk papa. Typical behavior effects. What's it like care for you both to kind of act two things that aren't there. Well you know sometimes you have an experience anyway like gone in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion long and prosper. Hi welcome to sci-fi talking today. i have jody barton. Director actor and writer of a film called four jennifer. Welcome it's great to talk to you really interesting premise Let's take a macro view. I it's a very unique film because it's actually part of a series that That was developed. Talk about that and Was her any coordination with the other films in this series at all so back in twenty twelve james. Brisac and chuck pappas made a film called to jennifer. Which was the first first film. Ever shot on an iphone first feature film and so basically from there that that ended up getting some Some attention and and and it did pretty well. And then hundred. Johnson came along and made a film called to jennifer sequel Which is kind of a meta sequel Which is about a guy who basically is obsessed with the first film and then comes back and tries to kill the people in the film. So and then frank. Merle came along and made from jennifer. Which is the third film in the series so and then for jennifer is the film that kinda ties all of the all of the timelines together the fourth time this year. Did you have pretty much autonomy in doing this film or did you have to follow any kind of of master plan or anything like that No when james came to me about About doing the film the idea was to give me an opportunity to To write and create and put it all together myself..
Climate Activists Want Biden To Bar Appointees With Fossil Fuel Ties
"Joe biden has an ambitious climate plan and there are a lot of people with government experience. Who could help implement that plan. But some of them have ties to fossil fuel industries and that is a problem for climate change activists. Npr's jeopardy reports in philadelphia recently. A group of young climate activists marched to biden's campaign headquarters. The sunrise movement often pressures democrats. Back the green new deal but instead biden offered his own climate plan for a slower transition away from coal oil and gas. He has not committed to barring people with fossil fuel ties from his administration. Lauren martinez was sunrise. Thinks he should biden ran on the most progressive climate agenda in us history and one on it. So it's incumbent upon him to take that seriously and put forward people who are accountable to the people that elected him to office the head of the natural resources defense council and former epa administrator gina mccarthy says she understands why young activists want to ban on appointees connected to fossil fuels especially after trump. Put them in key posts including andrew wheeler a former coal industry lobbyist. I mean that's who has been running the environmental protection agency and has gotten us nowhere fast. It's backed us up. It hasn't supported a growing clean energy economy. But here's a problem with a fossil fuel will litmus test biden won't govern alone the us senate could remain under republican leadership that means passing legislation would require compromise and bradbury is ceo of the american exploration and production council. Americans voted for divided government. As part of that you know. I think they voted for moderation. And i think they voted for commonsense. Bradberry sees a future for fossil fuels even under biden's ambitious plan for net zero carbon emissions by twenty fifty worried about climate. Change say there are issues. Republicans and democrats likely can agree on heather. Reams was citizens for responsible. Energy solutions suggests activist focus on things like economic stimulus that boost clean energy. They should looking at the bigger policies and getting to what's possible with getting climate action done today rather than arguing about the position on one's resume among the names on the biden transition team a few have limited ties to fossil fuel but more are from environmental groups. Jody freeman served as councillor for energy and climate change on the obama white house now freeman is at harvard law school and says she sees a trend in the people selected so far i think the clear messages vitality one good people in place wrestling start who have experienced any days and not wasting any time. Freeman is a good example of those who could be excluded. If a biden administration rejects people connected to fossil fuel companies. She sits on the board of oil company conaco phillips but she also led obama's effort to double car fuel efficiency standards. She's also an expert on using presidential powers to address climate change. That's knowledge that likely will be necessary if both parties can't agree on new climate legislation when biden his sworn in next year. Jeff brady npr news.
Super Bowl halftime performer announced as The Weeknd
"Both Ian and Jody. You're here. We could talk a little sports in just a second. But maybe something very close to sports. I guess that'll be Halftime at the Super Bowl coming up in in Tampa, and the weekend has been selected to be the big entertainment. What do you think? He interview? A. You think the weekend is a is a good choice. You know, we can't. I mean, I like the weekend, but that seems like a pretty big step down for me for the Super Bowl. I mean, you went from Jennifer Lopez and Shakira who are established names for quite a while to a guy, he said. Some hits don't get me wrong, but they've all been over like the last three or four years.
Dr. Levine addresses coronavirus vaccine concerns for Pa.
"Pennsylvania's top health official says it will be sometime after a covert vaccine is available before masks and other mitigation go away. Here's Katie radios, Jody CEO, Dr Rachel Levine says. Even with a vaccine, it will take months and months to end community spread of the virus. They're not going to be. A magical cure for the Corona virus and will not immediately end the pandemic, meaning masks and sanitizer and distancing will remain through much of 2021. Pennsylvania's vaccine distribution plan will have three phases, beginning with health workers, essential workers and the most vulnerable.
Senate Control Still Unclear: 2020
"Come on members of Congress in Georgia, faring pretty well on election night, But there are some new faces goingto Washington from our state as well. First of all in the sixth House District Democrat Lucy McBath, defeating Karen Handel in a rematch between the two in the seventh, which encompasses for Sy thing, Gwinnett County. Caroline Bordeaux, edging Republican Rich McCormick. Now the Democrats who won reelection Sanford Bishop, Hank Johnson and David Scott. Republicans returning to Washington include Buddy Carter, Drew Ferguson, Austin Scott Barry Loudermilk, also Rick Allen and then Jody Hice of the 10th district. No faces in the fifth District Democrat Nike, Mo Williams, easily winning John Lewis's seat. And then, of course, Republican Andrew Clyde victorious and the ninth District in North Georgia, considered the most conservative district in the state. We are still waiting on the result of one of George's US Senate race is the race between David Perdue and John S off remains too close to call. We do know, however, that Republican incumbent Kelly Leffler and Democrat Raphael Warnock will meet in a run off for the other Senate seat. We're not thanking his supporters last night, you for pushing me one step closer. Of the Senate because when I get there you will go with me. Your concerns will go with me. Your issues will go with the runoff for the unexpired term of Senator Johnny Isakson set for January 5th Republican Congressman Doug Collins of Gainesville coming in third in that race.
Trump and Biden in final swing state blitz
"Of campaigning in states critical to the election outcome. Biden is holding onto his national polling leader, Lo Que swing states. They are tightening American's head to the polls. Those who haven't voted by post of course. Our senior international edited Jody Shiny. Schneider is with me on the line. Jodi. So the closing arguments from each candidate. It's about the efficacy, I would say in terms of declaring victory. Yeah, they're making their arguments. Certainly on some of the policy issues. They've been talking about Joe Biden, saying America can't afford another four years of President Trump's policies, particularly regarding the Corona virus, and combating it on President Trump doing the same, saying it Joe Biden administration would be devastating for the economy and the markets, but they're also both talking actually about voting and about what's happening with the vote. Joe Biden's campaign manager, argued that the former vice president says former vice president's success getting early votes and steady pulling lead means that any path for president Trump would mean he'd have to get victories in three states where both counting is expected to take days or longer, including in Pennsylvania. President Trump, for his part, is saying that the Democrats are tryingto already declare him a loser and that they don't want there to be an early victory for President Trump. So President Trump is making the case that he wants these things counted right away by this team was cautioning that states likely to be both quotes and decisive. Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin will likely take days to count. Okay. So any any great expectation for tomorrow morning sitting on this set with clear articulated that message, by the way, That's the vice president. Jody. We just got him up on the screen as we're talking to you. Hey, is in Grand Rapids in Michigan, speaking in the final sweep, So did Joe Biden. This early voting, Serge? Doesn't give him the inside track because it just depends Which poll? I look out if we look a Quinnipiac University, Jody Biden days ahead by five points in Florida. Full points in Ohio. He's 11 points ahead nationally. Is this driven by the early voting, Jody? Well, the former vice president has been ahead in the polls for months. Early voting seems to indicate that certainly that the analysis with early voting is that it does favor the Democrats that this is a big push for the Democrats. This push to make sure to vote by mail well About early so that you would make sure that be voting given the Corona virus and fears about crowding at polling places. It does appear to favor the Democrats. Now in terms of the past, though, the the former vice president really needs to win some of those key swing states that Hillary Clinton did not seek out the victory in 2016. Michigan, where she lost by about 10,000 votes is going to be very critical. Pennsylvania, where she also lost by by about 40,000 votes is huge. For Joe Biden in Florida, of course, is always in that mix. So he has to get some of these keys swing states, and that's why you've been seeing him there as much as he's been. President Donald Trump needs to also win a swing states and he needs to hang on to North Carolina and Arizona, which some say are going to maybe into the blue camp. Okay, So let's see tomorrow morning. We're
5 Easy Steps to Better Health Using Essential Oils
"Today we have Jodi stern off Coen joining us, and for those that don't know, jody she has a bestselling author, an award winning journalist, functional practitioner and founder of Vibrant Blue Oils where she has combined her training in nutritional therapy and aromatherapy to create unique proprietary blends organic and wild crafted essential oils she's helped over fifty thousand clients heal from brain related challenges including anxiety insomnia, an auto immunity for the past ten. Years she has lectured at wellness centers been seen in the New York Times Wellness Mama Elephant Journal. An has become a top resource for essential oils education on the Internet today Jodi it is just fantastic to have you here with us today. How're you doing great and it's nice to connect with other essential ill people always yes. So Jodie, how did you come into the world of essential oils and specifically breen related issues? While I had kind of started my life as a journalist and then I started working business had my first kid who was easy had a second one twenty two months later less easy and it turned out it was nutrition that was really throwing off his little system, and so I spent so much time banging my head against the wall until I figured that out the one that I realized how important food was in. Terms of your mood, your energy, your ability to focus I went back and got a degree in nutrition was helping other people a Lotta MOMS but you know Kinzer squirmy and it's hard to keep them still the test them. So I learned this technique called missile testing that allowed they could deliver. It was still really an easy way to identify remedies which was helpful when my bottom fellow my man has been was bipolar. Antonio suicide and had to be moved to a residential treatment facility and the kids were five and seven, and once we got him all Seta. I collapsed my adrenals have been running a ten year marathon and it just it had taken a toll on me but that wasn't very sustainable because I was suddenly a single parent I had a job and. It no matter how exhausted I wear they still needed to be fed the laundry John need to be cleaned exactly. So it was then that a friend actually gifted me a box of essential hills because I had been trying everything I could think of all the things that have worked in the past really failed me and I was so desperate and and really so fatigued both physically, and mentally that I just muscled. Tested you know as anything in here, going to be helpful for measuring all's and my experience muscle testing is if something works, it's almost like it's a very loud signal and it was such a strong signalise league felt optimistic and I was like Oh you know identified five oils and then it occurred to me like what do I do this? I normally get one and I realized that I can combine them so i. Each oil and kind of combine them in the right amounts, put them on my adrenals on my lower back and for the first time in a month felt like myself again felt like Oh my God I go running. Do you have to remember what those five oils were by chance? Yeah. It's actually the combination that I now have in my adrenal gland it's time Rosemary Rosemary Stimulatory Manuka cinnamon and. Gabum in as you know oils ever powerful in their own but when you combine them, there's synergy that occurs. amplifies Fairfax, and so they're stimulatory oils but they seem to be adapted genetic Yeah. So you re rub them on the on your lower back over the dreams. Yeah. Man I just recently had this. Huge moment with oils. Again, you know you have them all the time you know you just keep having them and you're like Oh my God big things really do work and it was when I was cutting out coffee. Drinking how day in the morning which verdon normal person is probably fine. But for me, it was like really recognize system and so I just cut it out cold Turkey and I was. I. Was just I had Migraines I was just miserable and so yeah I. Busted out some oils and rub them on major knowles and then put like hot pack over top. And it really Mike would bring me back to life. It was it was an amazing feeling. So That's interesting that that was sort of your in for oils was it anyways it was so quick and I thought this is amazing. You know and also I had been working as a practitioner and you know someone's deficient in vitamin B wants an easy fix ray if you're trying to trigger your pineal gland or at least Melatonin were balanced hypo film, it's get into areas of the brain. That's tricky. There all these kind of low hanging fruit, easy things and then harder things and so once I had that experience of wow, is work then. I kind of was reverse engineering witched do right Oh. My Gut is really compromised I league. So makes sense that no matter what I'm taking three my digestion pathway isn't really getting a simulated but something I can topically apply that could sue the skin into the bloodstream immediately. So okay. That makes sense why the other remedies were working in while this worked really quickly right? Just sort of bypasses the gut there and that it makes total sense to me when I hear that that explanation of getting the oils into your bloodstream, which is gonNa then go to all these parts of your body really get in deepen in my mind it seems very. Pretty straightforward just like you would use any form of planned medicine or any sort of you're getting good stuff into your body and letting it do its job. But for a lot of people they just they can't look past essential oils is just things that smell good. You know. Later Cat Are concentrated plants and guess what plants and the derivative of plants are fifty percent of pharmaceutical drugs. That's really the basis for all of our Madison are just concentrated in somehow they've been diminished or kind of relegated to this weird around when they're really the core
Pittsburgh police will move to 12-hour shifts during election week
"Pittsburgh Police are preparing not just for Election Day, but the days after it if the nation waits for a presidential winner, Katie Katie radios Jody's Dio reports public safety director Wendell Historic will
Hospitalized coronavirus patients who take daily aspirin have lower death risk, study finds
"Hospitalized Rota virus patients who were taking a daily low dose aspirin had a significantly lower risk of complications and death compared to those who were not taking aspirin. That's according to researchers at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, they found aspirin takers were less likely. To end up in an I C u or hooked up to a ventilator wins these time 8 51 time for traffic in transit. Here's Jody Veil.
More Than 200 People Found Inside Queens, New York City, Banquet Hall For Illegal Party
"Like Jody was another illegal party in Queens in New York City deputy sheriffs shutting down a 200 plus Personne party at a catering hall, the queen's Lux Banquet hall in Ozone Park on Rockaway Boulevard. Friday night, the party started they shut it down Saturday morning at about 1, 30, people dancing, drinking, smoking. Nobody wearing masks. Jose lives nearby. He talked to CBS, too, he says. This is not a one time every weekend. There's something people going in and out of the four organizer's charged with multiple criminal and
"jody" Discussed on Fake the Nation
"Inching towards optimism. We'll. As a panels on vacation, you're required to just be optimistic. I want to. So what's giving me optimism and hope this week is like I saw a clip. Of people standing in line to do early voting in Georgia and all my God. These lines were so long and they interviewed this woman who was holding a baby and umbrella because it was raining and she'd already been in line for a few hours and they said Oh. You're going to leave because of the rain and she's like, Oh no, I'm not gonNA leave I was like leave because you're holding a baby and it's like such a nightmare to deal with the baby in that situation but no, no, no no no she wasn't leaving. She was standing you know a toughing. It out. She probably had a bunch of squeezes compartment in the stroller that was going to make this whole thing work out and she's my neighbor, and I, mean that globally like she's my American neighbor, she's on my block she's in my community. These are people that want to see change right in there out there standing in line for hours to make that change possible they're doing it in the rain they're doing over the baby in their arms how amazing our people you guys, how amazing our American people there. So fucking amazing and that really gave this this clip which just said. To me. But I would love for the people fake the nation to know where to find you and all the good works that you do. Jody where did they find you? While my podcast, the podcast podcastone doing now is called from Radio Tokyo and it's called this day in Esoteric political history three times a week we take interesting moment from our political past and talk about what it means for today. So you can find that wherever you get your podcast.
"jody" Discussed on The Chalene Show
"Know car accident. This is a very very common situation for so many families you know. I want to wrap this up. This conversation about shame in guilt and the secrets in how important is for us to recognize our own enabling behaviors. And what to do about them and despite those things in our cells in. It's all really very much boils down to self awareness and growth. Which is why you listen to the show. Obviously you are a selene show listener because you believe that you have a better life to live that you could be a better person. Part of that is sometimes doing the painful work and looking at things from our past. I think that the last thing I wanNA talk to people about when it comes to lifting the shame and the enabling is how important it is to give ourselves grace. What wisdom do you have for us those of us who are struggling with this and we know it's going to be a journey? How can we be Kinda ourselves so the first thing to recognize is that you are completely normal? You had a completely normal reaction to what you experienced and because you spent so many years than environment and you were really programmed to think and behave a certain way that really takes time to reprogram and learn how to behave in think in a different way so it is truly a journey. You will have some stumbling points. You'll feel like you're reverting back into your old ways of thinking and new circumstances will arise or a tragic event will happen and you'll find yourself very easily jumping back to how you used to think and behave and that's okay because it truly is a journey you have to then stop and maybe relearn some things as spent some time remembering that. It's your only job in life to take care of yourself so forgive when you make those mistakes along the way because at some point you'll look back and you will be a started by how far you came. That's huge Jodi. Thank you so much for being here with us today. I really appreciate you so much. You are a wealth of resource and wisdom for people who are in. This are struggling with it or think that they've moved past but wanted to just understand. It may be a little bit better first of all. Your Youtube Channel is YouTube dot com. And I believe it's forge slash. Jody M is that correct. Yes yet. Jerry M lamb. Jody M Lamb L. A. M. B. And of course those links earner show notes people can connect with you also by going to your website. Jody LAMB DOT COM got tons of resources. There plus a free book which is amazing. The title is seven things.
"jody" Discussed on Fake the Nation
"Ooh now. I can see but I appreciate that. Yeah I mean yeah I so you're not scared of the dark I as a kid like extremely But you know. I'm doing pretty good but my question. So cousin to that question is do. You feel like lightness helps with security. Because that's I think a claim we've sort of all bought into an eye and it might be dubious. Yeah I think I think people who are strapping a bunch of lights to their house for security specifically or maybe just just thinking about scary things rather than make themselves safer. Yeah also anytime I approach. Somebody's house like sometimes in La and they had those motion lanes that just come on. I always feel like I'm doing a crime even if I know the person and drop the bag of gold run away. Yeah okay well you guys. What is your relationship to darkness and read this piece. I thought it was a lovely. You guys that's the end of the show. How do you feel I feel? Is this the last one that comes out before Super Tuesday? Yes yes this is the last one to come out before Super Tuesday. Hey Do the right thing folks Warren Sanders one of those mostly wore. I'm not gonNa tell you what the right thing is but I'm also just going to list a couple of names of candidates I'm just GonNa slide a note across the table at home Jody do you have any final words of encouragement? Half a third of the country votes on Tuesday everyone calm down take a deep breath just not near someone who's coughing. We'll be fine darkness. Chill out and then vote and then vote. It's like literally just go. Sit in a dark room is probably after tall. Spec goes into a dark room and think about Elizabeth Warren. Okay you guys I would love for the people to be able to fall you and all the stuff that you do not abrogate. Where do they do that I'm on twitter at Jodi with the WII.
"jody" Discussed on Crime Junkie
"Protecting somebody I mean. I don't understand like how all that works. But that's what a lot a lot of people like house like it was like an informant is what they call it right. Yeah I yeah somebody that works for them. That they're protecting. We talk talk to Jenny. She just kept saying like look at all the evidence they have up to this point. They have a handful of witnesses. They have fingerprints. They have video footage. They have a suspect description and description of the car and possible persons of interest like it is a significant chunk of information. Yeah I guess just to be clear. Her theory is that maybe whoever did this. This was somebody that the police needed like a confidential informant or something right so that's what she's maybe thinking again. I mean she's she's the first one to say she has no idea she just trying to come up with an explanation for for why these things are happening. But I don't know like I'll be totally honest. It's a little hard for me to see. Like I've been close to law enforcement here in Indiana for a while now and I could never in a million years see them letting someone get away with cold blooded murderer to keep an informant. I mean unless it was part of something bigger I mean I guess I mean this could be like a small piece to a bigger case. But you'd think that they would have explained that like ten fifteen twenty years after to the family like to me. It's more likely lead that maybe mistakes were made in the investigation. Like Jenny herself said it was sloppy early on. Maybe they just don't want sloppy to be exposed and I mean it's Baltimore. Let's take it back to the case that made true crime podcasting big cereal. We know sloppy has been done in Baltimore County before and anytime I brought this case up to people I know in law enforcement here in Indiana. They'd be like ooh Baltimore. Like you're not gonNA get anywhere and very well. Could be an over generalization but departments tend to get a reputation for a reason and it makes you wonder when a cases mishandled who's policing the police whether something is being covered up or it was just mistakes that were made like. How do they get the held responsible for correcting it? And that's exactly what Jenny said so she started looking for ways to actually try and hold them accountable and that's when she got inspiration from an unlikely unlikely source in late two thousand seventeen. A movie came out called three billboards outside ebbing Missouri. And if you haven't seen it highly recommend but it tells a story of a mother fighting to keep attention on her daughters unsolved murder case by putting up three billboards calling out law enforcement and demanding to know why they haven't made more progress on catching the killer now. The movie gave Jenny and idea she knew that specific type of pain all too well and she tried and tried and tried to get answers from law enforcement and politicians but was getting nowhere so she wondered like hey why not make life imitates art so she started putting putting up billboards around Baltimore County Maryland where Jodi died. That's actually a pretty great idea. I thought so too starting in the fall of two thousand eighteen. I mean that's exactly. What does she commissions a billboard of her own asking for information leading to jody's killer and it's really striking I saw photos on? NBC News and Jenny even they sent me some of her own copies and there's Jodi with her big bright smile long blonde hair just like frozen in time with the words. Fine my killer emblazoned blazoned above her head now. Jenny followed up that first billboard with three more this past march to mark the anniversary of Jody's death some of the billboards point towards getting information about the killer others directed right towards law enforcement asking for Jody Records and br when I say like direct I mean they are direct like straight out calling people people out by name after her first billboard. Jenny decided to get more specific. So in the film three billboards outside Ebbing Missouri. The main character directly names members of law enforcement horseman who she believes haven't worked hard enough to solve her daughter's case so Jenny's billboards in the spring of two thousand nineteen. Do the same thing in one. There was jody's photo with like this. This little quote bubble calling out the state's attorney and it said quote S. A.. Schellenberg release my records. Another one after that goes right after the governor opener. And there's Jodi again smile frozen in time asking quote Governor Hogan will you please help. My family finds my killer. Yup Those are pretty direct act. Yeah and I think these billboards appeal to her so much because to her when it is that public Janis is finally not the only one asking the questions shins. It challenges the viewer because once you see the billboard you're asking to yeah who killed. Jody where are her records and increases pressure on the government and law enforcement to provide real substantive answers. All in all. Jenny has put up seven billboards over the past year and continues fighting despite the impact. It's had on her life and her relationships you know on my husband found out some things I was doing. I was lying Having an affair but I was lying about trying to solve my sisters canes. And he's like don't let the bullet that car take care of so many people in Jodie's family can't understand why she can't let this go but it's her sister. I mean I get it and we can help. Jenny says the only way for her sister's case to be solved is for for people to never forget about her and continually put pressure on law enforcement and public officials to solve this case. Jenny wants to continue putting up billboards around around Baltimore. But she's depleted of personal funds at this point like those billboards can cost two to three grand per placement for just a couple of weeks so we gave Jenny funds for another one. That's going to go up. December sixteenth two thousand nineteen and. She started a gofundme me for more. So if you feel compelled to help you can. I never went any of us to forget that every week. We're talking about the worst life altering moments in real people's lives. Jenny lost her sister for ever. So even if you can just contribute a dollar please do. If you can't afford anything. What you can do is share Jodi story on social media? Get a friend to listen. Listen get people talking because that is just as valuable and the more I talk to people like this you know talking to. Jody reminded me so much talking to Sarah Attorney about losing a sister and sometimes I I look at them and it has to feel like you are just screaming in to avoid and sometimes no one is listening. And how can people not care enough to just be enraged that this is happening so it's important to always remember again. These are real people and whether you can contribute financially whether whether it's just support whether it's sharing the episode there is something you can do wall Jennings primary focus remains on planning her next billboard and solving jody's case she is it's also turning her attention to a greater good so she's been in contact with other families going through similar things and together. They're all in the very earliest stages of coming up with legislation designed to get more information from law enforcement's now this is something that is probably far distant future but it's another small step on Janis road towards closure both for herself and for her sister who she loved so much.
"jody" Discussed on Crime Junkie
"Watched alias. I think thanks that was that was a five or six years ago and And and that's when I met a private investigator for doing that. And he said one you trying to get the records. He would start helping with Jodie case so he had a friend. That was a lawyer and So we ended up Like trying to get with the Maryland Public Information Act and we were I said No. You're not getting anything and that's on my lawyers like well. We'll just shoot him for the records. That how that all started you know has the often. OSU's my my family's put in almost thirty thousand dollars with Almost twenty thousand legal fees tiny get records. We saw the Maryland Public Information Act. They we couldn't even original police or part cover her with nothing. I'm assuming they wouldn't give her the file because they said it was an active case right. But that's that's what makes Jenny so frustrated because again before she was told that her sister's case was collecting dust and now that she had someone willing to like brush it off. She was told that it's Active and she being told that it's active but she didn't feel like they were actually being straight with her and working on it because she's saying you're telling me it's it's active but I'm not hearing about about any progress but we're not seeing action. Yeah right so what happened with the lawsuit will eventually. They reached a confidential agreement. So Jenny couldn't go into too much detail tale about it but she did tell me. And this is a direct quote that the deal is pretty much quote basically. I shut up and go away and they're going to get active on in the case again unquote which sounds Nice in theory if it means they get busy but they filed this suit in two thousand sixteen it is almost twenty twenty now and. She says they're still still in the same spot that they were on March. Second Nine thousand nine hundred ninety six and as you can imagine. Jenny is on believably frustrated. Because not Only are these offices not giving her and her representatives access to the files. They won their also refusing help from other reputable sources so according to Jenny earlier this year end that offered to fly out to Maryland and do their tests at a local private lab. Wait what's okay so I had to look it up to like I'd heard of it a thousand times that I didn't know the details also. Yeah it's this advanced type of DNA testing that's designed to get DNA and pathogens off of services that are traditionally like super hard to collect from like it's really good for porous surfaces offices like in one case they used to get DNA off of a river rock and maybe off of wet clothes and another case so and they're testing also covers larger areas than traditional L. D. N. A. Test kits and. This isn't like a random startup like Mbacke tests are used all over the country. This is like a super legit thing so this Mbacke Company Sees Jenny's appearance on NBC. News with Lester Holt and they reach out saying hey we want to help you. We'll come to you. We'll do this for free but like the police have to like lettuce and we can't just like the fireworks. Here's come in and take everything and the police turned them down. They've been offered them testing for free. Because when I did the interview with Lesser Folk folks. They were convinced that they did like a reenactment of kind seeing. They said that this person touched jody and And they were offered for free to do this and backtracking they were going to come to Maryland and do the filters the DNA in a private lab and they refused. They won't do it. Well they say well. We didn't say we wouldn't do it. But it's GonNa be our last resort and I'm like twenty three and a half years later because of instances like this. 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This holiday season with a gift from movement get fifteen percent off today with free shipping returns by going to M v MT DOT COM Slash Crime Junkie. That's m the MT DOT com slash crime donkey for fifteen percent off with free shipping and returns right now. Now join the movement. Remember how he said. Jenny told me that police had a suspect. At one point or that person of interest. Yeah we'll we'll jenny eventually found out that the actually had to so there's to that they say they've been looking at and You L. Neither one. That had any that they could put together with Jodie. But you know they say that fit the description in had that type of car one had you know. They had brought in and had failed lie detector tests. They said that they did it. Twice detector tests Had lied about his alibi. That came out there so I ask Jenny Johny to lay out the timeline for a little bit because I remember we knew about that. I suspect like six months in. They didn't find out for fifteen years after jody's debt and we you find out. She told me that they didn't tell her about the other suspect until four years ago. which is nineteen years after jody's murderer now because of stuff like this? This Jenny has perceived there to be a lack of communication from the lead investigator and she told me when she does get to communicate with him she kind of gets these like flippant remarks that makes her believe at her sister's case really isn't a priority like for example. This is what she told me about a time after. She learned about the two suspects when she wanted to know if they were going to go talk two one of them in prison. They looked at me and I was like what. Are you going to go talk to him. Because the guy locked up and he looked at me he said. Oh well there's a great near what skies is locked up basically Chicken crab cake restaurants. Here there I like to make my way down there and try to like talking about going to interview for the person that they held my sister. Now this is one of the Tamer interactions. Jenny says she's had with them. She said there were more off. Color remarks made that she wasn't comfortable sharing. But it's because of stuff like this that she has made repeated requests for a new detective to be put on the case but all of those requests have so far been ignored even years after jody's case went cold and this is what Jodi has been up against since nineteen ninety-six with local law enforcement in in Baltimore County as she tries to find her twin sister's killer as it turns out Jodi was shot just over the county line so technically it is a Baltimore County police case and they're the ones in charge of the investigation not Baltimore City now. The two departments do work closely together so at one point the Baltimore City Police Ashif actually reached out to. Jenny is like a couple of years ago and they offered to help but again before they could do anything they have to get approval and permission Shen from county. Police and Jenny says that basically the county police told them to but out which blows her mind. It kind of blows my mind. Yeah me too I mean now. What does the county have to lose by letting the city police come in well again? This is why Johnny can't help but get a little conspiratorial when every offer for outside outside help is rejected and she knows that nothing is happening internally.
"jody" Discussed on Crime Junkie
"Back. Yeah I mean I guess maybe right so I mean I think you're totally right. I think if she had rolled it down even if she had kind of expected him or she wasn't scared at first. I guess I just don't know where Things went from like things are a fine enough exchange for her role down her window and keep it rolled down to him like shooting her. You're right it doesn't feel like what it does. It feels more like she met him again. We don't know it makes no sense to me and going back to Jenny statement about how scared jody was in general like. I don't think she would play fast and loose with personal safety so right after the killer gets this mystery thing out of Jody's car. He finally drives off heading south on New York. Wrote now Baltimore County. Police talked to the Baltimore Sun just days after the murder and mentioned that jody's purse and phone were missing leading them to believe at the time that the shooting might have been a robbery. And maybe that's like what he leaned overtake but burt. Like I go back to what you said. That doesn't make sense for me because it doesn't explain why lie. The killer waited around why he shot her from behind. Like this is truly a robbery. If you see a car parked in the parking lot come up to the window with the gun the first time you know what what I mean and they like. I'll I'll give you my purse. I'll give you my wallet. Like why follow her. Like to the other side of the parking lot. Why be so intent? Parking her car and making sure that she's dead before you drive off it again. Just doesn't make sense to me but whatever the killer's reasoning. He is gone by the time police arrive now. Instead of turning to the public for help police take an unusual and possibly damaging approach that alters the entire investigation according to Jenny. Police never made a composite sketch of the suspect or released one to the public. Now the police did have a color and make aac of the vehicle that the suspect was driving but again they choose not to release that to the public. Either and Lee Yeah. This was a huge frustration for Jenny and her family as they were trying to piece together. What happened to jody's case back then and even decades later they had a description of the suspect way? It's like a you know they have the the white band. They put a picture rounding car but they didn't release the crime scene photos until twenty years later to people convene. WBZ In Baltimore TV station. That just seems really crazy like I get not wanting to release a crime scene photos like right away honestly even at all in some cases but the car like that's part of the suspect profile right. Listen I totally agree and I on the same page about the crime scene photo so like what I could find. I couldn't find the TV station that she was talking about what pictures they released. But I did find the People magazine article and there were only two pictures that I could see in that and I don't think they're really helpful in identifying a suspect and here I'll actually send them to you so you know what I'm talking about and we'll put on our blog post as well if anyone else wants to see them. Oh Yeah it's it's literally like a picture of her car from the outside and one on the inside but let's say I get why these weren't released but not really seeing a sketch of the suspect or description. The car he was in like what do they get from not even leaking a sketch. What we even have the news? For if not like disseminate this kind of information in cases like this. And that's why this is so weird it's like we talk about our episode on the DC sniper a few weeks back like they caught the suspects because the guy the truckstop recognized the car from descriptions that police had released to the public. So why not do the same thing here now according to CBS Baltimore witnesses described the suspect as being an African American man. With a stocky. You build who was wearing a camel print jacket at the time of the shooting again. I have not spoken to any of these people but it sounds like even have enough to like try and create a sketch edge so the fact that it's not even like police never released a sketch with Johnny's telling me as they never even tried to do one and according to Jenny not only not do the sketch but they didn't even release the description description immediately which is totally weird but according to Jenny not asking the public to be on the lookout is only one of the strange things police do in this case. They give the car back Paris pretty quickly with the fingerprinting kid in the car was like floppy from the beginning. So they're collecting fingerprints. which is great eight but leaving? The Kit in the car is not a good look no not great. No I went back to the Baltimore Sun's archives because I wanted to know more about like what the police police were doing in the early days of the investigation and I found this article from March Fourth of ninety six. This is just two days after Jodi was killed and in that article. Police were already saying saying that. Their leads were quote dwindling. Wait after only two days. They have multiple witnesses. They can pull video. They took fingerprints. They've got description of the car in the suspect like that doesn't sound like leads are dwindling to make no. I totally agree that is again amateurs over here but plenty of evidence is to go on. So I don't understand why not keep tracking it down before making this like premature judgment call to the public that like Oh probably not going to get anywhere the public like that. You haven't even like informed properly to right now in the same article. Police also mentioned that they hadn't checked all of Jody's phone records or her bank accounts yet. Yet which again sounds like. They're still work to do. Let's throw in the towel just yet. Yeah so police are able to pull surveillance footage from the businesses around around where this attack took place and all of this happened in this like Strip mall type area and there. Was this Boston market right there. This twenty four hour giant foods but Jenny told me that the giant food surveillance system just happened to be down that night. How does that always happen? No it's so funny like as I was researching this I was like I feel like we have been in this situation so many times with unsolved cases. But I think it's less like an overall conspiracy and more of just like maybe the ones without video aren't getting solved so those are the ones that we keep hearing about over and over and over so of the footage that they're able to get from the other their stores. It's not super helpful. Now Mind you. This is the mid nineties. The quality is an awesome but more than that it was snowing on the night. That Jodi was murdered which like totally. He messes up the tapes visibility even more and this ends up making it impossible for investigators to get a license plate. Get any kind of like real solid clear picture of the a guy or the car or like anything that can help identify him now. They were able to pull fingerprints off of Jody's car but they don't return any hits in the law enforcement database and it's it's at this point if maybe you WanNa say now that Lesar dwindling fine like we've checked the video we've checked the prince like at least everything's been checked but there's also oh something fishy going on so the description that we had got before that stocky African American man in the CAMMO jacket within six months we find out that the Baltimore County police had narrowed down on a suspect who matched that witness description. But here's the fishy thing. It took police fifteen years to tell Jenny and her family about him. I thought you were GONNA say fifteen days Motza. That's a really long time. What's fifteen years and it's not like they weren't asking during this time? I mean she would ask them. You know. Why haven't you put out more information about him or his car? which is a totally logical question? I mean she wants to be updated on the investigation because again like we talked about cases really do get solved that way but in those first fifteen years all of those times she was asking. Why haven't you done it? Why haven't you done it? Why have you done it? She's never told that it was because they already had had someone in mind so in those early months and years as the investigation starts to stall they'll Cornu family gets more and more involved. Initially it was Jodi. Jen's Dad John who was a former marine that like really took charge and was doing the work I was not involved in the investigation. My father with the prosecutor for drunk and violent crime in the county and He was the one that would work with the detective and get updates and everything and then he was such a style from national entrusted. Everybody he would never distrust. The police wouldn't how in the early two thousands it becomes harder for John to be the point person for the family anymore because at that point he's diagnosed with cancer and in two thousand seven. He passes away now for Jenny. This is a new tragedy and this is a turning point with her father now gone to. She has two options either either. Try to forget about her sister's case and move on with her life or take her dad's place and there was really only one option for her so the ones shy shy jenny picked up the torch. Continue on her father's mission to bring Jody's killer to justice and that has led her to where she is now in the twelve years since her father passing. She's done interviews. All over the world communicate with suspects interviewed inmates. She stayed active on social media as an advocate for jody's case she's been doing everything she can to keep awareness on the unsolved crime now early on when she decided to like pick up where her father left off jody with trying line get updates from the police unware. Her sister's case stood and according to her at first she was told that her sister's case file was just collecting dust somewhere her but then the story changed after Jodi started doing more press and wanting to get on the case I.
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"Crime junkie go to Ernest Dot com slash crime junkie today terms and conditions. Apply all right back to our show so it's super early in the morning on March second now after three o'clock in the morning it's cold. It's snowing not the kind of night that you'd expect to find anyone alone in an empty parking lot especially not someone with such notable fear of these kinds of situations but Jodi is there however she's not alone for long Tom. A person a man according to witnesses drives up behind Jodi he's in a white BMW and he gets out of his car goes goes to her car and she rolls down her window and like through the window based are having a conversation way was she like meeting someone there so honestly we don't know still to this day as far as anyone knows she didn't have plans to meet up with anyone but it makes more sense to me than just like hanging out there alone for no reason. So so. Here's what we know this guy in the white BMW gets out to talk to Jodi. Jodi rolls down her window willingly the to have an exchange for a few minutes then in the man walks away back toward his car and when he gets to his car he pulls out a handgun and fires a single shot through the rear passenger passenger-side window of Jody's car now. The bullet hits jody in the back and severs her spinal cord but Jodi doesn't die. Here's what Jenny told me but but she was able to dry. It wasn't a straight shot of the parking lot. She was able to get out of this parking lot. Not just in terms or whatever and then crossover the five lanes go across to the week. Didn't you say that. Jodi spinal cord was severed. Yeah I mean I guess the effects of that can be like based on wherein spines them and gets hit. But that's like a pretty serious injury. How in the world was she even able to drive? So that's what Jenny wants to know. And it's just one of the many unanswered questions around this case so according to a Baltimore Sun Article From Nineteen ninety-six delivery crews at the nearby hi giant foods here the shot at three forty one. AM and they're the ones that called police and if you can even believe that this is where things get even weirder so jodie. He tries to drive off. She makes it across five lane road into another parking lot across the street and instead of fleeing the scene the shooter follows follows her. What why no one knows he not only follows her? He waits for her to die now. Jenny later learned learned from a witness. That the killer didn't seem to be any kind of hurry which is really weird for someone who just committed a murder in a public space with witnesses. Now this witness witness sees the mystery Guy Follow Jodi to the parking lot park. Get Out of his car. Walked Jody's then reach into jody's car put it in park but still doesn't flee the scene. They said he ran over her body and put her car park and took items out of her car it all these years. They said something was taken from her car. We don't know what it was. I mean this doesn't really feel like a crime of passion or like exchange gone bad for him to follow her like slowly Emma thematically. It's feel super super intentional and targeted. No it does right. Yeah and like piece together would with what you're saying. I'm wondering if maybe there was like supposed to be an exchange. I what do you mean okay so hear me out. Jenny said that when he followed her to next parking lot he leaned into the car window and put her car in Park Right. Yeah so that means. Her window was still open the whole time time. Bright like after he walked up your car. She rolled it down. They talked and he walked away and she kept the window down right. Like if you didn't know that person or weren't expecting to be talking to somebody like or even if that person was at all sketchy like if a guy walk up to me a parking lot like in general let alone at three o'clock in the morning and I didn't want to talk to him. I would roll my window up immediately and driven. Yeah but she didn't. She left her window down like she waiting for him to come.
"jody" Discussed on Crime Junkie
"So few months ago I reached out to Jenny like this person on twitter twitter suggested and I don't want to bother her basically I let her know like listen. I'm here if you want help. and Johnny responded almost right away within a few days her and I had set up a time to talk about Out Her sister's case and Brit like right away. I felt like I know Jenny for ever and my heart just broke as she told me how over the years. Her sister's case has gone gone cold and she tried to get answers. She's been roadblock by police and politicians and sometimes even questioned by her own family about why she can't let this go she's this wonderful kind and impassioned person and I could still hear the grief and her voice when she talked about losing her twin sister like it was yesterday because for for her. It's that vivid. It's as if that night over. Twenty three years ago is happening right now. Still and here is what happened on that night it it was march first. Nineteen Ninety six and Jodi la- corner was finishing her shift at the eastern savings bank in Hunt Valley Maryland which is in Baltimore County now. She I was working part time there. As a receptionist to help herself go through school at Townsend State University she was actually studying geriatrics and like a lot of twenty three year olds. Jodi wasn't isn't quite sure what she wanted to do with that degree but like the girl was young. She had plenty of time to finish her senior year to figure out what was next now during this time of her life. Jody lived in an apartment with her boyfriend. Steve and this is how Jenny described Steve and his relationship with her sister but she left her boyfriend who she was with. And I guess your guy not having a bar and Shoot was unsure told her age. She's a lot older than her. Any Drinking Pablo. I mean he was a nice guy but he definitely that was a lot of their relationship with the drinking. Okay so that doesn't sound like a super healthy relationship for jody and yeah I mean probably not since a lot of it's centered around their drinking problems and you know they both suffered from the problem and it was probably making things worse. Yeah I'm sure that kind of fed into each other. Yeah yeah enabling each other now just the day. Before on April Thirtieth Jody Steve had had a fight and they'd gone to bed mad at one another. And but I don't know if you've ever gone to bed mad I have I was well. Yeah I tend to wake up mad so oh Jodi was still mad when she left for work that morning and that's why when she got off work she didn't want to go home and just like continue the fight so instead Jodi sites to go meet her friends at her favorite bar which is the Mount Washington tavern now. This is a great way to avoid Steve for a couple more hours but it was only going to make the fight worse because their whole fight revolved around her going out to the bar. He didn't want her to because he didn't want her drinking or no so actually even though she had been to Rehab in the past and it was a well known issue among her. Friends and family. Steve's own issues with alcohol meant that he really wasn't worried about the fact that she was drinking like I said they both had problems problems with alcohol. It was actually where she was drinking. That caused the fight so apparently Steve preferred to stay at home and drink whereas jody liked to go out and he didn't like like that she would go out that much and that is what was putting a strain on their relationship but she's pissed at him so she does what she wants to. She ends up staying out all night with her friends just like having having a good time and now Mount Washington tavern is like her local hangout. Place she knows most the people there. She's even friends with the bar owner. She's a regular. Yeah the whole night. Nothing crazy happened. Jodie's just like hanging out with their friends having a good time. It's not until after the bar closes that a series of almost unexplainable events Are set into motion so enclosing time rolls around Jodie agrees to give one of the bar employees a ride home now. This is both very strange and also kind kind of totally normal for Jodi. It's strange because she's very safety conscious. Like she wouldn't usually drive a strange man home but it seems kind of normal as well to her family but also it seemed kind of normal to her family because she's super kind a super giving person who's known for doing things for people when she can help so when the owner or who she knew really. Well Vouch for this guy she wanted to step in and I think this is one of those things that many people really tried to read into and I think we would just spiral on it and I really don't think it's important to the the central point of the story so whether it was strange whether it's normal she gets this person a ride home now. This bar employee gets home just fine. But here's where things get really really weird. Jody doesn't go home instead of going home. She drives to an ATM to get some cash and then goes to a liquor store for a six pack of beer. And at this point you'd think maybe Jodi was like picking up a six pack and a head back home like she has to go back eventually and it's the wee hours of the morning but Jodi still doesn't go home instead. She doesn't totally out of character. She goes to a parking lot only a couple of minutes. It's away from her apartment to make some phone calls from her car and just like hang out there. I mean. I don't know a lot about Jodi but that kind of seems strange for anybody. No I totally agree. Like her and her boyfriend were fighting. But it's not like she was moving out. You could have gone home right and you don't just go sit in a parking parking lot alone in Baltimore at three o'clock in the morning like I don't like this fits the normal pattern for most people and it really doesn't fit for her normal pattern especially really because Jodi was like extra paranoid about something happening to her. Yeah I mean same totally I mean I know all of us. Crime donkeys are super paranoid. All the time. Well we even go. Oh a step further than that by being prepared like. It's a healthy dose of both things prepared and paranoid Hashtag prepared. But here's the thing. Jodi was on another level level. More than just prepare annoyed and this might be a weird comparison to make but when I covered the burger chef case on red ball in episode three I talked about how one of the victims mark was like crying and didn't want go into work the night he was abducted order and the other employees. Jane was Super Sad. Wanted to be held like I made the analogy. Like maybe they knew something was is going to happen to them. And I almost feel like there was something subconscious in Jodi that felt that too because despite having lived in Baltimore for years and growing up nearby in the Annapolis Maryland area. Jody was always really vocal about her fear of something bad happening to her. And this is what. Jenny told me the say she was terrified. She was afraid she was going to get shocked me. Yeah that's like a very specific fear. Yeah a very specific fear and one that would come to fruition. This episode was made possible by Ernest student. 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"jody" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Are? The baby's bottom a little callous from polio. Phone too much. God what is met and my Mother's family was in the banking business. They had the only bakery in their little town in when they came here. That was their trade her brother's working for the bakery but she was working on Canal Street for boots and nicely next stores where they made the beautiful cars. The name escapes me. Bill Kerr made by channels royalties. This no it might come to me. Italian Khader did all the blacksmith part of it. Oh for that car and each this car had its own plan. Each car was wow lots of money home. I Made Richmond. Somehow they met could have been on the streets. They work next dirt. Atoms net crazy. Sometimes I think like if they had if she had said something like Mary that man or they hadn't somehow met happened. We wouldn't be talking right now. Yeah we would. Who knows who we'd be? Maybe better people you're born in the year. Nineteen Seventeen nineteen sixteen hundred Elliott was born. You're in two thousand. Nineteen seventeen twenty seventeen. He was born October here. That would be ten. Oh ten nineteen thousand nine hundred seventeen hunt so this is my grand my my nephew. You're great grandson. See how good I am at this So so he's one hundred years is amazing. What was what is it like to see life right now? Like new life unbelievable and it just makes Smith Stop and think every one of US came out this little thing and look at the size of some of us will not you. You're still little. I've lost two inches two inches of height. Yes so I'm the shortest one every place now and you have to sit on pillows it. I don't know how to say this other than like. How do you feel about still being live? What does that feel like knowing that you're kind of on borrowed time outlived outlive? Everyone since I thought I was GONNA die at forty two. That's when your mom died. God she was forty two. I mean I shouldn't have told Wendy any any of this because she's been wreck about it. It's made her very neurotic saying but you know well. My mother died at forty two now. I'm I'm forty two. I guess I'm GonNa Die Pretty soon. That's how you thought brainless and so but no. It makes sense that you knew growing up. Are you also knew a lot of. You're surrounded rounded by death and sickness and we're talking about the Spanish flu when that hit in the nine t late nine almost nightly nineteen twenty nineteen ninety nineteen special fluids devastating. And like. You said a lot of. You're kidding you figure out why my uncle and I didn't get it in the family l.. Scott well like many other other things. You've been lucky. That's one of. That's that's a very major instance where you've been lucky. I died at seventy one uncle Joe. Who didn't get it? It didn't get it but he died when he was seventy. How did he die? He had multiple had the cancer of the ball. But at the time. I'm so you avoid the Spanish flu. Most almost all of your relatives get it are you. Then you're then put in charge of taking care of people. Do you have to take and then when your mom armed I of course you have to assume the role of mom died we were. I was nine when I started. She eleven when she died have to give her shots shots of no of Morphine Morphine and we got so that we couldn't find any flesh and fly side shoes in in Bedford Nine or ten months my God almost a year and just agony to stagnate saw was too much we'd have to give shot and they taught me how to do it. I was nine or ten years old. Rosie did it very devastating one day in the middle of the sickness. She wanted to come downstairs so they got are dressed and they helped her come down the stairs and she said in a big chair in the dining room and we were all we were so happy. She's GonNa she's coming back. Don't be better. That was just the one day she never did it again. Oh my God. So is that a little tiny Austin. The drugstore car would back up into a driveway several times a week bringing drugs. Whatever they needed good customer and in the beginning we had private nurse for her but after six months even the doctor said to my father? All you need is a housekeeper. You don't don't need a nurse here. Knowing that she was GONNA die. My father would pay anything to anything to get to keep her. Were you angry when that happened. I mean were you angry at God. Were you angry at the world. I was too young to know what to do except Very sad we cried a lot because we didn't want to see her suffer. Yeah so forty two. And that's got a shape you Immeasurably she was such a smart lady. She wished she had to be smart. She had a good growing up her. Her mother and father's bakery was on one side of the street and across the street was a little private driveway. That went up to a beautiful home. The rich people of the city who little town had one daughter uh-huh and they didn't want to raise her alone so they asked my mother's mother and father. Could we borrow your daughter. What's so they took over? Francesca Butts and they brought her over gave her the same upbringing. The rich little girl has. You're you're kidding. My mother was raised very. Oh she was so that she would that picture of her on the show. You when we get back here holding me as a baby. She was very up to stuff and was always into the latest things really defined same. Oh my God she crochet and do do anything Cook Bake do and that was all from learning it from the rich now. Wow So. She was so Baker's daughter. She was the very well. Brought up how to put your other every ten. You know I didn't know this but how did her parents your grandparents than who did they feel strange. Her mother had died so I think what our father died than the boys took over the bakery and girls helped so she was almost like rented out by this family of an only child. Everybody is happy because everybody made well now so your mother grows up with if out side of her meet. Her parents means she grow. Grows up with this rich family and then when she comes over here in she meets your mom. Your father They moved to Rochester. They don't have a lot of money. Well the father always made good money but not like rich mine. I like rich but not the way your mom grew up and she was working for the first few months and then get pregnant. That was that she was definitely a house house mother so when you were a kid growing up in that home what did a home look like what is the what are the most striking was absolutely spotless surplus she was the neatest person We used to have a guy. I forgot what he was whether he was partly related but he used to come off to to check up on Francis kids after she died and Francis detail my father she is she was the clean this lady that I had ever met He. He said I would eat off of her floors. Oh my God what she do you remember her always clean and she would give up early in the morning and she would do all her dusting and cleaning anything and everything and she would start cooking. Whilst as you started in the morning to get ready for supper all my cutler. What kind of stuff would she cook? Because they didn't have refrigerators right. Yeah we had refrigerated in fact when we moved to our net boulevard. We hit the outside door. Were the ice man. Could put the ice right in from the outside. He didn't have to come in. The hall was and that was considered a little better. That was kind of fancy. Yeah Oh so he would. How often with the ICEMAN come Every day I think that'd make a good play but you know man cometh pretty good do you ever think about that. Like mm-hmm when you open a fridge or when you're around modern technology and how how much easier it's made life. Do you ever think God we used to have to was so different is they. Boy Things have changed. Will they were in your lifetime. They've it's been really changed drastic. What are well the first time we got a telephone? Oh aw how telephone four party line of what is that you have to share with four other families. Maybe the guy next door the guy in back view and so they're all mess same lines go pick up the phone maker. oops I'm using all pardon me. Oh my God did you ever hear. Did you ever listen in on people's this conversation. Because they could they could tell the two party lines. That's really single party line. Oh that's for like take long for us to get the single-party off right in this so this is like late. Nineteen Twenty S. I think my mother was your mom was alive. So in nineteen twenties so in the depression happens that stock market crashes twenty father was still working And everybody nobody else had been laid off and how did that. He didn't know if he was really going to get laid off or not but he was working at md not in East Rochester. What's entity merchants? Despatch transportation was doing. He was working for the New York. Central control making the trains doing stuff rings and his boss loved his work. And would say you know Lawrence if you would just teach somebody what you're doing because everybody always said that to him because he was so he could do stuff he knew. Just how do you know if you could so he had asked me once if I'd write it down. If he would tell me what he was doing oh sure he needed an apprentice he he always had an apprenticeship. The apprentice cried more at my father's wake than anybody else. Wow he just. Oh I'm I'm GonNa Miss Him so much. He was crying crying. Did you keep in touch with that verse. He's probably dead now too. Yeah well yeah I mean safe to say And and so you were noticeably affected by the Stock Market Crash of twenty two. Well then he did get laid off but he had been saving thing is money first thing he did when he got paid with save money and then he'd put the rest in a drawer for my mother to us and she'd sale. It's Tom I'm on him. Of course that's your money. He was very generous with her and so is he devastated after she died was able to move on when he first learned that she's stuff going to die. There's nothing we can do for. You told everybody. He went down seller and he hit his head against the concrete. Great what am I going to do. I've got three girls. How am I going to raise them? He was he went crazy. I bet did you sense a change in him to do well you know. We always thought he was mean. You can't do this. You can't do that. I mean you're you're you're going to get hurt. You can't do this. What do you think I never could ride a bike? I never could skate. I never could do anything. 'cause you could break a leg cancer slide on the sled on the snow you WanNa break your leg like they did across the straight overprotective. Yeah do any of that fact effect. Yes Yeah Yeah and how you raised so then you raise my mom and good thing that your the grandfather married because he was more adventures often. I'll let them do it if you were afraid that my mom would get her. Don't let her skate or don't don't let her do this. He would say Joey Stop It. Yeah he called you Jodi letter do. Yeah that's Jake. Sometimes I'd say where did that come up from. Jake Jake Jake sometimes to the ever. Say why dream sweetheart did you.
"jody" Discussed on Learn Astrology with Mary English
"Jody. Piss to OSs what's going to be stuffed such thing. Here we go. Jodi forest, Beth name is Jody Johnson because she's married to Stephen forest. And they're co author of sky mates. She co wrote the text for a are of west the sky, we share and the single sky's. Sinister report. She's maintained a thriving Astro tickle practices, June eighty three as published in all major astronomical journals and his tour stole Jere Amiga institute realistic studies and the New York open center, she founded seven polls press in may ninety seven. It's listed chief national distribution, immediately and international distribution two thousand two as a novelist. Jodi published the bridge in November Ninety-Eight completing her historical fantasy trilogy the began with the Rymer and the ravens in ninety five and then the elves for for prophecy in ninety eight she started the forest website ninety seven still manages it. She's taught writing to strategy students as well as seeing kinds writing fiction is a major hobby as our print keep wouldn't let base but proper. Proper bombs lots better Jody marriage Stephen forest on the seventh of Jan eighty four. They have no children. Jodi, had allergies. Ask smile on. The twelfth folk type seventeen h was died from his fear asthma attack other severe tax cut may ninety seven may two thousand one in September two thousand two acupuncture excised, a dry climate offered some relief aspect to be displayed a few years after she moved to the desert climate in July two thousand eight auto long separation. Finally, divorced from Stephen forest OD, remarried, new tomb of twenty twelve and changed the name. She keeps using the last name for his for storage in for the book. She's written Geno Adams read that was thinking. Now, I foro Stephen forest on Facebook, and he endorsed my Capra Coon book, and I could swear the his wife is an artist whose name remember our meeting with against. I'm sure they're not married still. So we have confirmation they divorced in two thousand and twelve so she's a very PLO. Rick astrologer, she's done. Lots of the sun is aquarium Aquarius. Which is the sign for astrology and moon in down to earth pragmatic camp raccoon. Yes. Okay. So Stephen forest is a capital says probably have happened. Cancer ascendant, Sergio, very cleverly, disguised astrologer. So that's not going to be of obvious is it with a cancer center. Mooning capital in the seventh wacky. Aquarius nece is quite hidden especially being in eighth house. Interesting and the eighth house is the house of sex birth reincarnation. Wade wonderful other places and other stuff. It's secrecy. I've got to from son in the eighth thousands in my family. My husband has eighth my son house, and my best friend and people suddenly eight really do not want to be center stage. So they probably don't mind co authoring, which is what she has done. But then going to be the lead singer of the band. No, no, no, no, no. They're going to be the basis or the Gable player that not going to be out there promoting themselves the comprom- cells, but eighth house people are more. I don't want us. If your son is in the eighth, you don't want to be at the front you want to be in the kitchen. But it because it's the house of the whig wonderful stuff. You are more likely to be interested in those things regardless what signs idea cure with your son in the eighth, you're going to be more into the mystical and with wonderful stuff of whatever capacity. That's is. And again, dependent was on decide idea Q all. So if you have some in the eighth and you'll be able to not your practice. You will have to build up in the background and trust is an important issue for eighth house people. This things is for Scorpio's in his spare to trust your own capabilities or and the very least other people that you would be consulting with. Yeah. Consulting. You guys might be now in Jody's case. She's got a moon pragmatic capital in the seventh. So oversea she feels better being in a relationship of some sort which it has been and still is.
"jody" Discussed on The Sports Hub 98.5
"Well to me from the very beginning jody and and this is what surprised me because from the practice rounds and i'm not sure how and why this happens to be honest with you if you looked at the official weather forecast all week the wind speeds were suburb between eight and twelve miles per hour well if you were out on the golf course in sometimes i wonder if the people that report this stuff actually go out on the golf course if you were out on the course it was clear that the wind speeds were in excess of twelve miles per hour they were averaging closer to fifty miles per hour on every afternoon and through the first two rounds the wind advisories from accuweather as an example said it was going to be in excess of twenty two miles per hour on friday they sit on on thursday it would be an excessive twenty four miles per hour with gusts up to thirty miles per hour so i'm not sure how the us the honest i'm not sure how the usda tripped over this one mike davis the ceo the she went on fox after the round he went on golf channel just a few minutes before you and i started chatting and in both instances he said we were fooled by the wind the setup of the golf course this morning we did not expect the winds to crest as high as they did in the afternoon with folks both dried out the golf course sped up the golf course dried out the greens it caused them to roll very fast and as a result was that wellstruck shot even perfectly struck shots were not rewarded and sometimes they repeat allies i don't understand that either and i'm not trying to beat up on the usda because i think should have such a noble golf course i think it's tough just because it's tough but in the instance of saying that the golf course was not set up the way that it should have been because they didn't anticipate the.
"jody" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Didn't see russel at his prime and all i've seen is some grainy black and white videos of him but going back and checking his numbers and listening to people who actually did see him compete he's arguably the greatest winner in the history of the sport but i just think pure talent i would take both abduljabbar and chamberlain over us i put russell is third for me it will be well to jabbar russell in that order matt westchester is up on the mac jody i want to make a lebron jordan point but also what you just said lou about the errands it real quick if i may jodi would you agree there's like a ceiling pretty much a lot of things including for example we're not going to see a guy throwing a hundred and twenty miles an hour in your twenty forty so would you agree that feeling some of these athletes their performances would you agree on that saint louis was thrown one hundred five the other day yeah i also think the guns are manipulated but tony listen let me get to the the everything i believe there's a feeling jody let's think about ninety s basketball football baseball ninety athletes were still getting paid millions they still had shafts they still had medicine these guys were phenomenal shape plus there is pd use the nineties i think it all sports not just baseball okay these guys were no joke and they were large two they were still six eight and they can move and basketball these guys were back okay i don't think there's that much of a difference here's what i'm getting at jody i think the media and people don't get enough credence to what modern day sports hasn't done.